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You are such a genius Mark! This really says it all.
Are you doing the narration for this? You sound a lot like the guy who did the narration/announcements for "Rocky and Bullwinkle." That, BTW, is a compliment. I always thought he was pretty cool.
That's the HIGHEST compliment! It was William Conrad who voiced Rocky and Bullwinkle...and it was EXACTLY the feeling I was trying to convey.
You can see me recording the actual tracks from my studio with Mark directing via phone patch here:
Thanks Donna, you made my day
All the BEST
I *knew* that sounded familiar!
Don't read the Rollingstone article about Goldman Sachs, there the investment bank of evil. Orchestrating the boom and bust of not just the housing bubble, but also the sky-high oil prices and the dot-com bust of 2001.
Unlike the last two weeks, this one was good.
LOL!!! Truly LOL!!! I have long loved all your work, but man, this one made me laugh. Pardon me while I log off and go cry. Certainly kudos to John Taylor for a voice that makes this even more memorable. -lagooncrow
It would be nice to have a cartoon about all these financial spin doctors the 2000 decade revealed to us (Enron, Worldcom, Madoff, Earl Jones). It seems that this decade is seeing the Reaganomics and deregulation model fall apart and reveal its worst followers!
Special thanks to John Taylor, the amazing voice actor who adds so much to these animations. See him in action, working on today's animation:
(This was recorded just a few hours ago.)
Jobless Jack is up and running (er, falling) for your viewing pleasure and employment tips. Take a lesson from Goldman Sachs and learn all about bailouts and recession fun!
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